SCALIGER Justus Josephus

SCALIGER Justus Josephus
fil. prioris, natus Aginni, A. C. 1540. Studiis primo Burdigalae incubuit, dein a Patre ipso eruditus, postmodum Parisios profectus est: ubi sub Adriano Turnebo Graecam linguam, postmodum sine Magistro Hebraeam edoctus, Criticam quoque ad unguem edecumavit, ommbusque literatis admirationi fuit. In Academiam Lugduno-Batavam vocatur, ibi per ann. 16. extra ordinem docuit. Obiit A. C. 1609. Scripsit notas in Senecam, Varronem et Ausonium: Correctiones item in Eusebium, Valerium Flaccum, Pompeium Festum, etc. Poemata, Thesaurum temporum, Emendationem temporum, etc. Laur. Crassus, Elog. literat. Part. II. Lips. Casaubonus, Heinsius, Meursius, etc. Ex illustri Scaligerorum familia, qui Veronae Principatum olim tenuerunt: Albertus quoque et Mastinus incliti fuêre: quorum avus Balduinus ICtus fuit, A. C. 1101. Fridericus ICtus ex eadem familia, amplissimis muneribus defunctus est, A. C. 1316. Iul. du Puy, in Elog. Advoc. Veron. Alexand. Cannobius, Arbor. Scalig. Caesar Borset. de Magnif. Veron. Hieronym. Curtius, Histor. Veron. Onuphr. Antiquitat. Veronens. etc. adde Teisserium praef. ibid.

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